Definition of megaproject
: a major project or undertaking (as in business or construction)
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Toll revenue could also pay for parts the I-5 Rose Quarter megaproject -- estimated to cost more than $400 million -- which would widen the highway between Interstate 84 and I-205.
Gensler, San Francisco’s largest architectural firm, is quietly remaking San Diego , judging by a raft of megaprojects on its plate.
Four years after President Xi Jinping launched the One Belt, One Road megaproject, domestic economic realities—slowing growth, mounting debt and fleeing capital—are catching up with the plan, the WSJ’s Andrew Browne writes.
The United Arab Emirates's largest city has long been known for megaprojects, including the world's tallest building and the world's largest indoor ski resort.
Headlines from the infamous Boston megaproject the Big Dig, still only a decade old, have long-lasting memories for city governments.
Sisi seemed to favor flashy megaprojects rather than coherent economic strategies, and by the spring of 2015, Rifaat was increasingly ‘asabi.
In 2014, community groups in Downtown Brooklyn, citing gentrification concerns, won an accelerated schedule for the Atlantic Yards megaproject, whose developers had initially pledged to create 2,250 affordable apartments by 2035.
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